The U.S. Navy is seeking an autonomous cargo-unmanned aerial system and will host an experiment in March to transport a 50-lb. payload. The system will autonomously launch from a fixed shore base, navigate through two waypoints to a barge in open water, loiter for 10 min. and autonomously land on the barge, a Nov. 27 notice from Federal Business Opportunities says. The air vehicle must make the roundtrip without refueling or recharging, then demonstrate refueling and recharding on the shore ...


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